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Detachment commander Insp. Nathan Schmidt, left, Fort Frances mayor June Caul, Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford, OPP Deputy Commissioner of Field Operations Chris Harkins and Couchiching First Nation Chief Brian Perrault posed together for a photo following a tour of the new OPP detachment building in Fort Frances on Tuesday afternoon. This week marked the grand opening of the $20-million facility, which began construction in the spring of 2019 and will serve the entirety of the Rainy River district.

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Sam Green hugs it out with a new friend at the Fort Frances Nursery School. The preschool facility has been in full Halloween mode, with crafts and pumpkin carving, in preparation of the big day.

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The OPP have moved into their new detachment in Fort Frances. Although a public grand opening will have to wait, they let the media in to look around.

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The OPP have moved into their new detachment in Fort Frances. Although a public grand opening will have to wait, they let the media in to look around.

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The OPP have moved into their new detachment in Fort Frances. Although a public grand opening will have to wait, they let the media in to look around.

 

 

Winter walkers got a win in council Monday night.

Children who play in Under Nine (U9) and Under Seven (U7) hockey leagues will be allowed to have one parent attend their games at the Memorial Sports Centre.